TURKEY is set to send captured ISIS fanatics back to their home countries as soon as MONDAY.
Interior Minister, Suleyman Soylu said Turkey "is not a hotel" for the Islamic State – and that captured members would be sent back to where they came from regardless of their citizenship.
This could mean ISIS criminals in Turkey who have been stripped of their passports returning to the UK and other parts of Europe, despite government's best efforts to ensure they can never return.
Solyu also accused Syrian Kurdish forces of releasing the foreign IS fanatics from detainment camps last month.
'WE CAN'T LOOK AFTER THEM'
Turkey claim to have re-captured around 287 IS members they say were released by the forces, and insist they will be returned back to their original countries next week.
Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan had previously warned: "There are (ISIS prisoners) from France, Germany, other countries.
"They say 'We don't want to have control over them….We can't look after them."
Erdogan's words came after Trump also threatened to release thousands of jihadis onto the streets of Europe if America’s allies refuse to take back "their" terrorists.
Trump said: "If Europe doesn't take them, then I have no choice but to release them into the countries from which they came, which is Germany, and France, and other places."
Erdogan's tough talk came after Trump gave him the go-ahead to invade Northern Syria and seize the thousands of ISIS fighters captured over the past two years.
'TURKEY WILL HELP US FLEE FROM ISIS CAMPS'
On Tuesday it was revealed that Turkish officials had captured former ISIS leader Abu Bakr-al-Baghdadi's wife in Syria.
Earlier this week the country's security forces also seized Baghdadi's daughter-in-law and five children in a bid to collect priceless intelligence, after the ISIS leader was confirmed dead by the US on October 26.
And last month, Western ISIS brides had urged Turkey to continue its assault on Kurdish forces in Syria and free them from prisoner camps.
In a chilling news package, the brainwashed Western women at al-Hol Camp in the northeast of the war zone said the Turkish invasion gave them hope.
Speaking with Kurdistan 24, a Russian jihadi said: "We want Turkey to attack here.
“If the Turkish army comes to this area, I will be able to flee and meet my husband, who I know well is in Turkey.”
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Another burka-clad woman, known as Um Mustafa, told the news outlet that she had been receiving updates of the invasion on Telegram and hopes Turkey will “help” free her.
The French-born extremist said: “God willing, Turkey will help us to flee from here and go to Turkey.
“We heard that the Turkish army attacked Ain Issa, and our sisters who were detained there have escaped and they fled to Turkey.”
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